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WW2 TAF Ashtray

Ian L

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I saw one of these come up on the Antiques road trip last night, is it correct what the sellers are stating that they were made at the end of WW2 for the aircrew in Italy or were they made much late as a souvenir for the general public ?



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If you are interested in the history of the TAF Ashtray you could contact the museum's archive:-




Personally, I can't see that they would have been a souvenir for the general public but they could have still been available well after the war at TAF reunions in Italy and even other countries.

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